Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal
LOCATION: QUEBEC, CANADA
Complete low voltage lighting system
With lighting bills going higher and higher, the building administration decided that while adding a new section to the building, they could try lowering the average cubic feet lighting cost.
The new section of CHUM (Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal) needed state-of-art lighting solution. The rest of the building needed to lower their lighting bill and give a better lighting to its visitors. With our expertise, we’ve been able to adapt a solution that would fit both the new section and the old section while keeping the costs at a minimum for a quick return on investment.
- Wireless lighting control in old building
- Wired lighting control in new building
- Scheduled light on-off in offices
- Bathroom lighting on only when someone enters
- Constant lighting for service area
- 600 x WR-6161 relays to accommodate all lighting/accessories
- 60 x CCLS-4016 to manage the relays output
- 100 x daylight sensors to dim the light gradually during the day while keeping a constant lighting
- 30 x motion sensors to control bathroom lighting
- Wireless switches and relays for newer building
- JASPER MCU to control schedules and offices lighting
Up to 60% in savings when compared to old energy management system.
10 years life cycle savings:
This case study is based on data produced upon completion of the installation.